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Anambra legislators felicitate Soludo @ 63


As Governor Chukwuma Soludo marks his 63rd birthday today, Anambra State House of Assembly has passed a resolution congratulating him.

The House passed the resolution following a motion sponsored by the member, representing Aguata Constituency Two, Tony Muobuike during plenary in Awka.


Muobuike, while felicitating the governor, explained that the natural attribute of Governor Soludo has been brought to bear in the ongoing state wide development in just a little while in office, which he said is a direct manifestation of the viability of his theory of positive disruptive change.

 Majority Leader  of the House, Ikenna Ofodeme described the governor as an exceptional leader who has done extraordinarily well in office, even as the House’s  Minority Leader, Johnboscos Akaegbobi said Governor Soludo has recorded spectacular performance in the state and pledged their unalloyed support to his administration.

 Member, representing Aguata Constituency One, Anayor Okpalaeke, his Oyi Constituency counterpart, Innocent Ojike, the Chief Whip of the House, Jude Ngaobiri, among others expressed satisfaction with the governor’s performance so far and congratulated him on his 63rd birthday.

 Speaker of the House, Rt. Hon. Somtochukwu Udeze noted that Governor Soludo has done creditably well in the areas of road infrastructure, education through massive recruitment of teachers, health, among others, assuring him that the House will continue to work with him for rapid development of Anambra State.

 The  House urged Governor Chukwuma Soludo to direct the Commissioner for Local Government, Chieftaincy and Town Union Matters to investigate the causes of breakdown of law and order in Ifitedunu and the happenings in the area and ensure the prosecution of those who beat and assaulted the president-general of Ifitedunu, Chief Uchenna Nwoye, in line with the vision of Governor Chukwuma Soludo of making Anambra a livable and prosperous homeland.

 Member, representing Dunukofia Constituency, Chuks Azotani who sponsored the motion urged Anambra State government to restore peace and order to Ifitedunu by punishing the perpetrators of the dastardly act as they took the law into their hands to serve as a deterrent to others.






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